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My mother-in-law has a 1966 Tempest Lemans 2 door coupe she needs to sell
23,500 original miles. How do we determine a value for it. Must be sold at fair market value so she qualifies for nursing home assistance.
One owner. body good with light rust in spots. interior very good. motor we believe is a 326. all parts are there, on it and original Broken windshield. hasn't been driven since 1992
Picture attached not good as it is dusty and they were taken in poor light
December 28, 2013
I am noexpert but have 38 years in the automotive field. If you need an accurate value find a certified classic car appraiser.
Attach is link to NADA classic car values. Since the car does not run it will fall on the low value. No one can give you an accurate value unless they see the car in person. The amount of rust and mileage, and what it will take to get the car road worthy will all effect the value.
Just by looking at the pictures it looks like a $3000 to $4500 dollar car to me. Good luck, Bob
sources: NADA classic car guides
December 30, 2013
is the car still available and if so you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
January 12, 2014
In number 1 showroom condition this car is worth 16,000.00 so, I'd say 4000.00 if everything is there...I could be a little high in my price.
February 11, 2014
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